School Children in Sar-e-Pol

Government and Civil Society Coordination Forum (GCCF) is established in 17 provinces of Afghanistan with support from the UNDP logo and its partner Equality for Peace and Development Organization (EPDO). GCCF forums consists of 20 members including 10 representatives from government and 10 from the civil society organizations. The forum members work closely to improve


EPDO to Empower Youth

Equality for Peace and Development Organization (EPDO) is an Afghan non-profit, non-governmental organization registered with the Ministry of Economy and has a membership of ACBAR. The NGO was founded in 2010 to empower Afghan youth in their communities and advocate for them at the policy level. EPDO’s work aims for Afghanistan to be a peaceful,


Why does People need help?

At least 85 percent of Afghanistan is projected to be in poverty, as there is an estimated population of 40 million. Promoting social and economic empowerment of community people, expressly youth to achieve their full potential; encouraging, enabling, and facilitating their active involvement in community life. Thematic Focus: Humanitarian and Livelihood Support “Removing hunger and


Donate for Afghan’s Children

EPDO believes human rights are universal, inalienable, indivisible, and interdependent and affirms all human beings are born with equal and non-discriminatory rights and dignity regardless of race, color, sex, language, religion, political or another opinion, national or social origin, property, disability, birth, age, ethnicity, and creed or another status. Therefore, EPDO takes a human rights-based